U.S. Rejects Tech Firms' Request to Release Surveillance Data

The latest on your privacy, the NSA's PRISM project, and how the tech companies want to protect it better.

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Silicon Valley asked for more transparency and the government has responded…With a resounding “no.”  The U.S. Department of Justice, in a filing with the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act Court this week, said it would not allow companies to disclose the number of requests for user information made by the government under its surveillance program.

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